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to reiterate, i think we have a couple of big questions in front of us. and the numbers that i'm putting out here are not the end of the story as i'm sure every department in this room would tell you they are not adequate to meet the needs that we would prefer to -- the staffing needs that he would prefer to have to deal with this population. you mentioned in your comments up front that in the worst case scenario, if the sheriff's department thinks is a possibility, if this is a much larger impact than the numbers and projections the state have given us, we could end up with a significantly higher jail population. if we do end up bumping up against our capacity, we could be talking about millions and tens of millions -- or $10 million more than this. we also have other needs that are related to this population but that are also a baseline under funding for some of of our criminal justice agencies i think we would all prefer to see if the resources were available to have better staffing ratios for the current population and this new population. but that's going to be a question of funding ava
, each year the receive two big transfers from the city comptroller's office. that is when people pay their taxes. the money they receive in may is referred to as deferred revenue. really, that money takes them through the first six months of the next fiscal year. at the end of fiscal year 2009- 2010, they deferred 430,000 from their budget to get them through the first six yet -- first six months of the next fiscal year. they also had net assets of $283,000 which the allocated to specific projects in fiscal year 2010-2011. i know. it is almost over. they had a budget of $1.20 million. you will see here an amount of $433 thousand, which is income over expenses. that amount is going to get them to the first six months of the next fiscal year. lastly, recommendations from our office. our office, along with the controller, strongly recommend an annual audit, starting with this fiscal year. i am happy to hear the have already begun that process. we also recommended that they update their website so it was easier for the public to navigate and find information. they have also started on th
in the community. there are some major big box agencies that have been getting these contracts. but the culturally sensitive programs get peanuts or the leftovers. we ought to spread it around, the money and resources. it's just like cow manure. it does nothing to the ground unless you spread it around. thank you very much. low gordon, terry anders, karl, please. pastor bell, judith gallardo, leslie marie. emily harris. >> good afternoon, supervisor mirkarimi. chairman mirkarimi. . thank you for waiting. >> i'm the founder of the recovery survival network. we have been surfing san francisco's ex-offender population from the corner of 16th and mission now since 1997. we know this population. we understand what this population needs. they trust us because we represent true cultural competency. there's a difference in having a contract and putting some refined words on a piece of paper talking about what cultural competency really means. cultural competency means having people of the same ethnicity and/or of the same mindset working with one another. our agency understanding the needs of this populat
unit lo5. it is great to be here. thank you. [applause] >> and to conclude, can we give a big round of applause -- easy part of this project is now done. the hard part comes in operating it for the next three decades. so could be put it together for property management and social services staff? [applause] thank you, everyone, for coming. we are done. supervisor mirkarimi: good morning. i am the chair of the committee. to my right is supervisor cohen and supervisor campos. thank you to sfgtv for their ongoing excellence in covering committee proceedings. madam clerk, good morning. please read the first item. >> at one, hearing on the assembly bill 109 regarding the community just this realignment and san francisco of sorting additional inmates into the county jails. supervisor mirkarimi: this is the third hearing administered by this public safety committee over the last seven months, but this is the heart -- the first hearing of its kind since governor brown signed the budget, and there are a number of questions that had remained unanswered in the two previous hearings that we now
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